James Morgan Pryse discusses the question of the authenticity of the gospel stories. He makes a strong case for these stories being disfigured copies of ancient Greek mystery plays concerning initiation rites. The introduction to his book will get you started. His knowledge of ancient Greek culture and religion, coupled with his vast metaphysical knowledge and understanding, makes for cogent arguments. A true classic in the field of religious studies! Part one: The Anointing of Iesous (Jesus), restored from the Synoptic gospels, with commentary.
November 20, 2011 Subject:
Heinrich von Kleist
when I read the "Legend of the holy Caecilie or the power of musik" of H.v.Kleist today, I realised, that all the numbers in the text are also used in the restored new testament of J.M.Pryse.
Tomorrow Kleist shot himself 200 years ago...
more about Caecilie in German: http://www.heiligenlexikon.de/BiographienC/Caecilia.html
Leicht lachend mit Lauch und Erleuchtung